Award of the First Richard C. Tolman Medal
Thursday, March 2, 1961
Rodger Young Auditorium
936 West Washington Blvd., Los Angeles
Dinner: 6:45 P.M. ($4.00), Program: 8:00 P.M.
Come for the program whether or not you come for dinner.
Reservations Required. Please return postcards on p. 19 or call Mrs. Nolte: CL7-4744
Introduction of Fifty-Year Members of the American Chemical Society
Introduction of Past Chairman of the Southern California Section
Dr. Ernest H. Swift, Chairman, Department of Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, “The Life and Contributions of Richard C. Tolman”
Dr. John D. Roberts, Professor of Chemistry, California Institute of Technology: “William G. Young, Scientist and Teacher”
Presentation of the Richard C. Tolman Medal for 1960 to Dr. William G. Young, Vice Chancellor and Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. William G. Young will give the Tolman Award Address: “Unusual Allylic Rearrangements Studied by Gas Chromatography”
SCALACS, March 1961
A Golden Anniversary is always an occasion to celebrate – a time to look back and reminisce as well as a time to look ahead and plan for even more vigorous growth. Our March meeting is planned in this spirit. To celebrate we will honor our good friend and colleague, Bill Young, who was selected from a group of strong candidates to receive the first Richard C. Tolman Medal of the Southern California Section. Our congratulations to Bill – his vision and unselfish labor have paved the way for any of us who follow.
First recipient of the Richard C. Tolman Award, Vice-Chancellor William G. Young (right), accepting Medal from Section Chairman, Professor Robert Pecsok at the 50th Anniversary celebrartion, March 2, 1961